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    July 12, 2011
    11:30 - 12:30am PDT  

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a late night vote to fix a growing problem. good evening i'm julie haener. >> and i'm frank somerville. new at 10:00, healther holmes is live in concord where that decision was reached
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unanimously just about 30 minutes ago -- heather holmes. the council went ahead and approved this controversial daytime curfew. on this summer day the concord skate park is packed. but when school starts in august, officials don't want teens here but here in the classroom. >> we want them in cool where they're actually learning and not subject to crime victim or crime suspect. >> reporter: for those reasons, the police chief supporting the curfew. requiring school students to be in class on school hours. and parents will face charges too. >> it adds a layer to those student who is will chronically not go to school and allows us to address it in a punitive way. >> reporter: the first comes with a warning, after that, each additional day skipped that year comes with a fine. starting at $100, liming to
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$500 in the fourth infraction. >> we're not here to make money. i hope we don't have any fines. >> reporter: the mayor says it was clear after looking at the truancy rate in some of concord's five high schools which exceeds the state average that something needed to be done. but others believe the plan unfairly targets all concord kids. including private students and those home schooled who are exempt. >> my children will be forced to carry an i.d. >> reporter: the state will spend the next week educating students and parents about this truancy crack down set to take effect at the start of the school year. here in concord, i'm heather holmes. more details now at least nine other east bay cities have
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similar laws including pittsburgh, hayward and hercules. concord officials tell us they consulted with several of those cities to help draft tonight's ordnance. rodney king has been arrested on suspicion of drunk driving. sheriff's deputies say they pulled king over today for breaking several traffic rules. deputies say when they spoke with can he think he appeared to be under the influence. this is his picture. california state university students learned today they are going to have to pay 12% more for tuition starting next month. the board of trustees voted today for the second hike this year. the first was 10%. ktvu's jana katsuyama says some students are now wondering how they'll manage. >> i have to get my under grad first. >> reporter: the 21-year-old senior at san jose state wants
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to become a physicians assistant. he's working on the side to get through school. he was working two jobs until one fell through. >> i sold all my furniture and stuff to pay for my rent. >> reporter: some semesters he says he hasn't had enough money for books so is he borrowed with friends. >> i finished last semester with a 3.5. >> reporter: now he and other students are worried about the fee hike. the $588 annual increase will put tuition at $5,572 a year. not including campus fees, room, board or books. >> they raised it 10% a year ago when i first started. it was just increasing. i feel like when will it stop and when do they expect us to get money from. >> reporter: the school says
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the tuition is needed although some students will get more financial aid. >> about half of them will not get the increase, the half that is most in need. >> reporter: the new fall semester starts in august. in san jose, jana katsuyama, ktvu channel 2 news. varsity of california regents are also considering another tuition hike. the board of regents began a three day meeting in san francisco today. uc's president is recommending a 9.6% increase to make up for an unexpected $950 million loss in funding. a jury in marin county today convicted pornography heir mitchell in the beating of his girlfriend. prosecutors say two years ago
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mitchell beat kate miller with a baseball bat and ran away with their daughter. he could be sentenced to life when he is sentenced next month. mitchell's brother jim was one of the cofounders of mitchell theater. the suspect is 21-year-old jonathan walker and police say he should be considered armed and dangerous. walker is wanted in san francisco for a homicide in january. an oakland man has been charged with murder in the shooting death of a high school senior. michael heartsman anthony shot miller jr. in may when he was riding a bike home from school. tonight the families of seven bay area fishermen who are missing in mexico say they will continue to push lawmakers
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to have the coast forward resume the search for the missing men. the coast guard announced today it has completed the search over the sea of cortez. the coast guard released this grid showing where it flew the mission from air station san diego. in all they say they searched 76,000 square miles. the men went missing when their boat capsized. and authorities say they believe david pots is no longer alive. pots was in hawaii with wife and child for a vacation. on saturday he fell 20 feet down into a blow hole in the island of maui. the blow hole is a popular place to watch geysers but warn
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people to stay away from it. takamie rowel was 14 years old and an a student. the sonoma county sheriff's department says it appears that alcohol played a part in her death. rowe's funeral is scheduled for saturday in santa rosa. the first of two funerals was held today for betty ford. family, friends and admirers said goodbye during a memorial service in palm desert. the widow of former president ford died on friday. >> reporter: julie right now they are still late at night honoring betty ford. you can see the shuttle buses behind me as members of the community come up the hill. her
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betty ford began her journey to her resting place. the ford family was joined by u.s. dignitaries and friend to say goodbye to betty ford. >> we rejoice in the goodness of an end, how she lived it to its full. >> reporter: ford was eulogized by her close friend roger carter as -- >> someone who had the courage and grace to fight fear, stigma and prejudice wherever she encountered it. former president george w. bush along with first lady michelle obama and secretary of state hillary clinton were also in attendance. the public was invited to pay their respects at the conclusion of the service. many people were recovering
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addicts or cancer patients who got inspiration from ford. ford died at the age of 83. her legacy lives on in her recovery treatment center. ford remains to be flown to michigan for a final funeral. she will be buried thursday next to her husband who died in 2006 in grand rapids. in less than 24 hours the body of betty ford will be taken away and will be flown to arizona. family members say sherwood schwartz died this morning. schwartz was working on a big
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screen version of gilligan's island when he died. more fog right now pushing into the inland bay valleys. temperatures cooler, i'll show you which cities should cool the most tomorrow. and football great joe montana pitches his plan for a stadium hotel project. what he said to us right after i want to crush more cars. ♪ i want to sell more tea cups. ♪ i need help selling bread. ♪ i want to sell more crabs. [ male announcer ] you know where you want to take your business. i want to design more buildings. [ male announcer ] in here, small business solutions from at&t can get you there. starting with the at&t all for less package -- just $70 per month, voice plus broadband. it's the at&t network.
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new at 10:00, just about an hour and a half ago. the city council went against the staff recommendation and voted 4-1 in favor of joe montana's proposal. >> reporter: there were a lot of football analogies thrown around tonight. when joe montana left, he called tonight a win. joe montana mingled with wright before he spoke. >> in hopes that we can sit down and not beat ourselves up against the people who have the same where for all. >> reporter: she wants a high end restaurant, sports bar and hotel across the planned 49
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stadium. no one who addressed the council spoke against the project. >> four years ago i stood here and told you that if you built this stadium they would come. santa clara would become a destination. and they have come. >> reporter: despite a staff recommendation to open the land lease to all proposals, the city council voted to work exclusively with the montana group. >> we've be been looking for a hotel here for 13 years and we have the student for one to come forward with a sports bar. who wouldn't want to sit in the joe montana sports bar. >> it's not preferential treatment, we've done it in the past. most of our projects have been done without rfps. >> it's always good to win. but it's a long way from the process so. >> reporter: monoto that said he could not stop to -- montana said he could not stop to talk to the media because he was late for another council
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meeting but would not elaborate. city council did ask for a down payment of sort, that is still to be negotiated. an alameda teenager tells ktvu says she was shocked to hear gunshots in her neighborhood tonight. it happened around 5:00 p.m. this evening at west mid-way avenue and barber's point road near the naval base. the young lady said she heard the gunshots while she was taking a shower, she then looked outside and saw a body on the road. no word yet on the person's identity or condition. members of bart b.a.r.t.'s new citizen board heard complaints. it all stems from last night's wild protest in san francisco that you saw live right here during the evening rush hour. protesters say they are angry about the shooting death of
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charles will. and that led to testy testimony today. >> reporter: for the first time hill was armed with at least two knives. previously he said hill had at least one knife and a broken bottle when he was shot and killed. there was another demonstration in san francisco today as protesters rallied in support of a college athlete who refused to pull up his sagging pants on an airplane. the demonstrators backed a -- harmon was arrested last month on suspicion of battery and resisting arrest after boarding a flight in san francisco. san mateo county prosecutors have not decided whether to file charges but the d.a. says a decision could come as soon as tomorrow morning.
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new information tonight involving the kidnapping of jaycee dugard. new documents released today include a handwritten note from dugard after she was finally found. patti lee shows us new video as well on video of nancy and phillip garrido. >> reporter: this is video taken by nancy garrido sometime between 2000 and 2007. she is pretending to film her husband, but as you can see she is filming children instead. and here you can see she is filming the legs of a girl in shorts. this map shows his history of map and rape in the area. starting in 1972 in antioch when he was charged with assaulting a 14-year-old girl. in 1976, he targeted three women, all in south lake tahoe. but despite this pattern he was never considered a suspect in the jaycee dugard case. this video of a parol officers visit to the house shows nancy
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heckling the agent and garrido taking control of the tour. keeping agents away from the area where dugard and her children were hidden. there were 60 visits but none of them noticed something suspicious. this piece of paper where jaycee dugard wrote down her name and her mothers finally identified herself as the girl kidnapped on the way to school in 1979. the inability to connect the dots for 18 years will be discussed in august at the capital. a way to find these tragedies from happening again. jaycee dugard's book went on sale today. it's been sáeling well in the -- it's been selling well in the bay area. in the book she writes about the 18 years she spent in captivity and how the births of her two daughters gave her reason to live.
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we have posted all of the new documents and video on our website ktvu.com. just look for the latest story at the top of the jaycee dugard tab. on wall street stocks fell again over fears of european debt. the nasdaq lost nearly 21. netflix is raising its prices for millions of the subscribers. it's separating it's mail and internet streaming services. users who want both will have to buy two plans costing at least $16 a month. that's up from the $10 bundled price previously offered. the increase starts immediately for subscribed members. the seattle company is behind games such as plants
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versus zombies and the jewel. ea plans to pay $660 million in cash and $100 million in ea shares for pop cap with additional payments if the game maker meets certain performance thresholds. and there's a lot of fog out there right now, live storm tracker 2 picking up the fog. you can see it moving into vallejo. just like this morning, as a matter of fact that's the kind of day we're looking for. this low pressure center right here is lingering. it's going to drop further south and as it does it deepness the marine layer and gives us more highs. highs tomorrow are going to drop off another few degrees, below average temperatures. tomorrow morning when you wake up look at the fog footprint. looks like the peninsula will get a break. a slow burn off tomorrow and
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mostly sunny to mild temperatures. back here with your complete bay area forecast. army sergeant patrick petrie is the latest honor medal recipient. the president noted how he picked up a live the grenade and threw it away. patrick lost his right hand when the grenade exploded. even after that, he returned to afghanistan to serve his eighth tour of duty with a robotic right hand. pg & e answers to anger on how it might defend the san bruno explosion. if you owe more on your
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pg & e is responding to angry reaction over it's controversial court filing in the pipeline disasters. one suggests that plaintiffs may have contributed to their losses by their own negligence. >> seems like they're turning their backs on us. and i'm not understanding why they are doing that. >> reporter: late today pg & e issues sa statement saying we want to make -- issued a statement saying we want to make it crystal clear that no one at pg & e suggested that the homeowners impacted by the
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accident maybe at fault. >> new at 10:00, ken wayne is in concord to tell us about how a proposed law would make it easier for people to refinance even if their home is worth less than what they paid for it. ken. >> reporter: for sale signs dot neighborhoods all over the bay area no more so than right here in contra costa county. when the housing bubble burst few places were hit harder than contra costa county. even as the housing has shown glimpses of a recovery, this area struggles. >> we've seen the tax rates go down three times in a row. >> reporter: senator barbara boxer says her bill the helping responsible homeowners act would allow those who want to modify their mortgage the opportunity to do so even if their house is under water. >> i think people are waáeubging up that it makes sense to -- waking up that it makes sense to help homeowners
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to stay in their house. >> since it's worth less, we would like to take advantage of that with the lower rates. >> we are frustrated because of the prices going down. in my neighborhood there's a whole bunch of houses on sale that have been sitting there for a long time. >> reporter: the bill is supported by the -- it could give the housing market a much needed shot in the arm. >> reporter: foreclosures have an effect in our marketplace currently because they saturate and bring in extra homes and extra inventory. so if we would do away with that dynamic it would absolutely increase sales i would think. however it's a big if. >> reporter: republican senator johnny ik erson is one of the writers of the bill. hall of famer receiver michael irving is stepping up to support athletes who are
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gay. in an interview in out magazine, irving revealed that his older brother who died five years ago was gay. he is also fighting for same- sex rights. irving says i don't see how any african american with any inkling of history can say that you don't have the right to live your life the way you want to live your life. ed a big crowd here at the oracle arena, we'll show you
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new at 10:00, bay area fans got a chance tonight to see
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their idols perform live as the american idol tour made a stop in oakland. amber lee was live as the top 10 idols took on the stage. >> reporter: the concert ended a little more than a half hour ago inside the oracle arena. if you look down the walk way, they're waiting for the finalists to come out of the concert. there's a lot of fans out there waiting to get the last glimpse. and the excitement started even before the concert began. screaming fans greeted idol finalist james durbin of santa cruz as he walked into the arena. many waited in hopes of catching their glimpse of their favorite idol. >> it's inspiring that there's a talent near me. >> ♪ >> reporter: the hit inspired concert drew a crowd that varied in age. tickets ranged from $42 and up.
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one fan showed us where she'll be sitting for $132. where are you? >> right here, 10. >> reporter: where's the stage? >> right here. >> reporter: a fan of tia magia tells us how the american's idol changed his life. >> now they introduce me like tia's uncle. now i have a new title, but my name is ed. >> reporter: and there were also those who are inspiring idols. >> ♪ >> ♪ >> reporter: the american idol finalists will take this tour across the country through september 10th.
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and for all you bay area idol fans, the next stop san jose tomorrow night. reporting live here in oakland, amber lee ktvu channel 2 news. also new at 10:00, california leads the country in clean energy jobs, that is the finding of a just releasted study. according to the study, california employs more than 300,000 people in green jobs. an 11 california metro areas are on a list of the top 100 metro areas for clean energy jobs. los angeles ranked number two, san francisco number six and san jose number 26. a bill that determines what kind of lightbulbs you can use is staying in place for now. the u.s. house did not have enough votes today to repeal part of a 2007 energy law requiring that lightbulbs be more energy efficient. some republican critics say the government went too far by dictating what kind of lightbulbs people can use. the new requirements are expected to be going into
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effect over the next 2.5 years. president obama warned tonight if no resolution is reached bid the august 2 deadline it's not clear if millions of the social security, veterans and disability checks can be issued. >> i cannot guarantee that checks will be going out after august 1st if we don't resolve this issue. >> reporter: the american people understand why he's calling for an end to tax breaks for oil companies and the wealthiest americans says the president. the top republican in the senate floated an idea to give the president new power to increase the nation's debt limit by another $2.4 trillion. based on cash flow projections, the government will have enough to cover only 15% of its bills in august.
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carly fiorina is back in the spotlight. she will be helping republican candidates raise funds. it was the last space walk of the shuttle era. astronauts also installed a robot and ktvu's rita williams tells us that in a sense that robot may put some astronauts out of a job. >> this is like the last space walk of the shuttle mission. >> reporter: with wide eyed wonder, space watchers watched another last. today's walkers were from the international space station but it's the last time they would see a shuttle launch there. >> the shuttle program for all that it was was a very expensive way to put things into space. >> money is not everything you
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know. >> reporter: but money is one reason space walkers installed an experiment for a robot to repair and refuel satellites. >> we're getting to that point where robots may be doing more of the stuff that humans used to do. >> reporter: some campers at the space and science center worried that might ruin their dream. >> when i grow up i would like to be an astronaut and go up to space. >> if we didn't study space how would you know what's up there. >> reporter: no wonder why there's so many want to be astronauts here with experiments like this. behind blasting bottle rockets almost into space. >> three, two, one, blast off. >> with nick iselman new graduate looking for a private job that would blast him into space just as he dreamed doing
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as a camper here. and you can hear from the astronauts tomorrow on the morning news. that interview is scheduled for the 6:00 hour. and google launched google officers in the bay area. you can sign up to get e-mail officers in san francisco and the east bay. today's bay area deals includes donuts in san francisco and french food in berkeley. back here just about 10 minutes
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hundreds of bay area kids are looking for new plans after a sudden shutdown of a special summer camp. you're looking at video of a summer camp put on by san jose's diabetes society. the nonprofit shut its doors late last month without warnings and families don't know if they're going to get back the roughly $700 camp fee. >> so it was a complete shock. the thing that upset me the most was that they had financial trouble before, and if they knew they were not having enough money to run camps this year, why recruit a bunch of children to come to camp? >> attorneys for the diabetes society say they are analyzing
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their finances right now and acknowledged bankruptcy is a possible option. clemens is accused of lying to congress when he testified that he never used performance enhancing drugs. the jury is made up of 10 women and two men including two alternates. in news of the world tonight in afghanistan the influential half brother of president karzite was killed today. he was gun downed by a close associate who was then killed himself. karzite had been a major power broker in southern afghanistan and had close ties to the united states. karzite was also to be believed
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to be involved in trafficking. lunsman lives in virginia with her son and had been visiting afghanistan. so far there has been no contact or demand from the kidnappers. in northern iowa, riots broke out today the annual day of protestant marchs that often trigger demonstrations by catholics. thousands of people including police officers were injured inspite of a 1998 peace agreement there is still animosity between catholics and protestants. members of a group that tracks crimes against gays, lesbians and transgender people say they are seeing an increase in attacks. there was a 13% increase in violent crimes committed against lgbt people last year compared to 2009. last year's homicide count reached 27. that's up from 22 in 2009.
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44% were transgender women. a new website created by some stanford students helps californians track how the state spends taxpayer money. it's called california common sense. and it has information about state employee wages, pension costs and spending by department. students say they want to highlight inefficiency to promote better policies. there's also information about how 40 other states spend their money. up next here, only on 2, putting a tail fin on a truck and how it can save a lot of money. tom vacar will show us how
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a bay area invention could help reduce carbon emissions from one of the biggest polluters. ktvu's tom vacar is showing us
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how a redesign is making big riggs more fuel efficient on a story you will see only on 2. >> reporter: the driver did not leave the door open, but this device helps open the door. sander helped develop the rig. >> reporter: the trailer tail can save five to 6% of the fuel burned by a tractor trailer moving at highway speeds. every trailer tail that you see on the highway is offsetting the fuel consumption of a passenger vehicle in a year. >> i'm converted. >> reporter: trucker john hightower works for the leading consumer fuel conservation. depending on miles driven, the device can pace for itself in six to 24 months. hightower says the invention
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has a new dynamic. >> it makes us easier for us to driver without wind blowing it back and forth across lanes. >> reporter: so how easy is this to deploy. well, that easy. >> the key is not only to deliver the fuel savings but to deliver the fuel savings with no hassle to the trucking companies who have to get freight from point a to point b. >> reporter: with a thousand units on the road, the company manufacturers in the usa employing 30 americans right here in south san francisco. i'm consumer editor tom vacar, ktvu channel 2 news. stanford university bid to expand its hospital has received the green light. last night's vote came after stanford agreed to renovate the center and stop construction until that happens. this is video of what the new center will look like. the project will add about 1.3 million square feet of new
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development to the city. a new ad for california milk is stirring up some buzz. the campaign is meant to be a joke, the executive director says it makes fun of how some men are we emotional situations. it encourages to drink more milk to deal. public health officials say many students have yet to receive the whooping cough vaccination. today the city assembly passed a bill that would give students a month after school opens to receive sack cy vaccination.
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a new study finds that it's not just the amount of salt you consume but the amount of salt in comparison to potassium. a higher potassium intake was associated with a lower risk of death during the 14 year study. the researchers say reduce sodium intake accompanied with increased potassium intake can increase -- the forecast for the fog and drizzle. we've had plenty of drizzle
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along the coast. highway one down to double slide. it's been drizzle on and off all day. it'll be that way tomorrow. looks like there'll be a little more sunshine, kind of cool. mild, below average temperatures. the upshot, fire danger is not near as high as it would be typically this time of year. and the air quality is really good. i'm looking for the silver linning here. this is the weather system here. it sits way up here but it's the mechanism that takes the fog and pushes it up. it sat up here all spring. that's why we got so much rain. it has the push to push this moisture and marine layer on shore. below average july temperatures. when the high comes back in here, that line goes the other way. temperatures begin to increase. just pay attention to that. next time, toward the end of the weekend mark tamayo will be here, this line will be going up. temperatures will be increasing. just a pattern that keeps
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repeating itself and is giving us an unusual winter and spring and now an interesting summer. i would expect 90s out here. i expect mid-90s out here. look what you're getting out toward discovery bay and out toward antioch. certainly below average temperatures. firefighters in northern california liking this because it takes the pressure off the fire houses this time of year. san jose 69 degrees. air quality looks good too. downtown san jose, i thought about the air quality because the santa clara valley might have nasty air quality but not tomorrow with the wind. still these temperatures clearly below the average. forecast highs santa clara valley mid-70s in morgan hill and in gilroy. the five day forecast with your weekend always in view. just kind of a mild one. we're not talking about brush fires, heat issues. that's how it'll be all week. warmest day will be on sunday.
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>> thank you, bill. a popular chain of latino markets is facing retaliation from workers. the workers say the company retaliated against them when they tried to improve working conditions. my pueblo hand responded to our request for comment. looks like gavin newsom's home in san francisco has a potential buyer. they've listed the house as sale pending. the home is about 3,000 square feet, it has four bedrooms and 3.5 baths. it is listed at $2.75 million. newsom is currently california's lieutenant governor. he moved to marin
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this monster burger ended up being a monster success at the alameda county fair. earlier this month the 777- pound burger earned a place in the guiness book of world records as the world's biggest burger. people who paid 99-cents to taste the report breaking
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burger helped the alameda food bank. >> interesting how they cooked it as well. the giants did well. >> as all star games go, pretty entertaining. if history should repeat itself on the giants again find themselves in the world series. they will have the home field advantage again. but this time they have a couple of their own players to thank. pablo sandoval an rbi double and the man who closed things out begins tonight's festivities announcing the starting line up for the national league. >> we'll start out with pedro beltran. the guy is a phenomenal hitter. come on over pal. >> the always camera shy ryan wilson and he will watch the american league get off to a quick start. let's watch batista in right field with a beautiful catch known for his home run bat. but he makes a beautiful catch right there and the pitcher david robertson of the yankees
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loving that. adrian gonzalez with a solo shot off cliff lee. first all star homer. . short lived however, that's a three run shot, bruce bochy squad out in front and for good. it was 4-1 in the seventh. pablo sandoval slicing one just like you've seen him do so many times for the giants. another double to left for a 5- 1 lead. and then more theatrics from the closer. he slides into the mound. we've never seen that. the a's lefty gio gonzalez faces one batter and struck him out. nice job as he gets bruce of the reds. and then we go to the ninth, there was one out-two on when bryan wilson comes in and retires the final two batters. here's the last with no
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problems. the national league winning for the second straight time and bruce bochy talks it up with regards of using his own closer to get it done in the ninth. >> now we're in a closing situation, we had bryan ready. he comes out and gets the job. he's a great at-bat with conerco and good battle there. i was glad to get the game over with to tell you the truth because they had good batters coming up. >> you have immaculate hair right now. >> like i said, pretty camera shy and as long as he's getting the saves and getting opposing batters out, it's all fun and games. meantime the brewers prince fielder with that three run homer was named the game's most valuable player and more reason for milwaukee to be happy. they've acquired francisco rodriguez with the mets. he will go to the brewers in
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exchange for two players to be named later. so let the trading begin. >> it's always interesting to hear, ryan wilson is ♪ ♪
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